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Hi All,

My company is getting our first colocated XServe, and there's a raging debate between getting iPhones or Blackberries to compliment our new external services.

On the server, we plan to offer IMAP email, iCal serving, share Address books, etc.

My question for you folks is -- how easy is it (if at all) to integrate the iPhone with these services so that the phone, the server, and our Macs/PCs are always in sync?

Is there anything client-side that I should concern myself with? Anything I'm not thinking about that I should be?

Thanks!

ZS

PS: While off-topic, does anybody have an opinion regarding the viability of Blackberries with this setup?
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